Influencer Amanda Jingela Leaves Cheating Baby Daddy Saso for Man With a Lamborghini, Mzansi Weighs In

Influencer Amanda Jingela Leaves Cheating Baby Daddy Saso for Man With a Lamborghini, Mzansi Weighs In

  • Mzansi social influencer Amanda Jingela had tongues wagging on the social media streets after sharing her relationship status
  • In a TikTok video, the mother of one announced that she is no longer with her cheating baby daddy Saso Ngcobo
  • Amanda is now with a man who drives a Lamborghini, which was welcomed by many women

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South African social media influencer, Amanda Jingela, got netizens raving online after she shared a video announcing that she had left the father of her child.

Amanda leaves cheating baby daddy Saso
Amanda Jingela announced in a TikTok video that she has left a relationship that no longer served her for a man that applied pressure. Image: @amandajingela
Source: TikTok

Amanda makes it known that she won't tolerate a cheating partner

In a now-viral TikTok video, Amanda strategically snapped a short clip showing her in the passenger seat of a Lamborghini with the caption:

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"POV: Left my cheating partner to be with a guy that applied pressure."

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Amanda was in a relatively public relationship with Dream Team's Saso Ngcobo and they welcomed their daughter back in 2019.

According to, cheating is one of the most difficult things a couple can go through.

If you have experienced it, you know the anxiety, anger, and devastation that often follow. It can be even harder to know when to walk away after infidelity.

The whirlwind of negative emotions can make it difficult to think clearly. You may feel betrayed, hurt, and confused. You may also be wondering if your spouse is truly sorry for what they did.

South African netizens support Amanda moving on to greener pastures

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This could explain why Amanda's announcement had many netizens, particularly women, going off about self-love and many other positive words, lauding Amanda for choosing herself and leaving a relationship that no longer served her.

Ntandoyenkosi Kunene said:

"Sprinkle Sprinkle."

User4426054113814 wrote:

"A loyal man with a Lambo is only from God, lol."

MamaUlithemba commented:

"You are Amanda Jingela!!!! He forgot that. I love this for you."

Money wrote:

"Praise be to God for setting you free from those shackles."

Saint Clarea said:

"This is also a sign that it’s also okay to leave if he’s not reciprocating your love language."

User replied:

"At least this one will do both chomi, cheat and apply pressure."


"As you should ✨sprinkle sprinkle ✨."

SontoNxumalo said:


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Woman pranks her lover in hilarious cheating video

In another story, Briefly News reported that a funny lady nearly stopped her lover's heart with a cheating prank in a TikTok video.

A lady toyed with her bae in a TikTok video reposted on Twitter by @Mhayise.

The video shows a woman walking over to her sleeping partner and asking him about the figure lying next to him.

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Source: Briefly News

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